superdumb supervillain: Win Two New Sesame Street DVDs!

Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Win Two New Sesame Street DVDs!

***WINNERS PICKED 4/9 WITH RANDOM.ORG***

***CONGRATULATIONS!!!***
#40 Seeryus Mama
#36 lisagee (non-blogger)
#126 justicecw (non-blogger)





I grew up with Sesame Street but I didn't know just how far-reaching its influence was! Today, almost eight million viewers across the globe watch the show each week and more than 77 million consider themselves Sesame Street "graduates." They've received more Emmy awards than any other television program– 109 in all. And this year, Sesame Street is actually celebrating the big 4-0! (I'm slightly relieved they're hitting it before me…)

If your kids can't get enough of Sesame Street, you're in luck. There are two great new DVD releases featuring all their favorite characters ( Elmo, y'all!) in all-new stories the whole family can enjoy together.



Elmo and Friends: Tales of Adventure is action-packed with three incredible stories overflowing with mysterious clues, heroic monsters, and lots of dramatic music! Join Telly as he searches for the Golden Triangle of Destiny; cheer on Elmo as he races against the clock in Elmo’s Amazing Alphabet Race; and help an ant-sized Big Bird alert his friends about his dilemma in The Adventures of Little Big Bird. Elmo and Friends: Tales of Adventure is sure to delight Elmo fans who are looking for a little more excitement than they usually find in the old neighborhood at Sesame Street!



In Being Green, all your favorite Sesame Street friends team up to host their first Earth-a-Thon! The Being Green DVD is available just in time for any Earth Day Celebrations you might be planning. Paul Rudd (sigh) plays Mr. Earth, who teaches Elmo and Abby Cadabby how to be environmentally conscious by recycling, re-using, and conserving water and energy. In her desire to help Elmo to be more “green,” Abby accidentally turns Elmo the color GREEN and can’t remember how to change him back! Being Green also contains 16 pages of downloadable activities and story sheets to extend the learning at home. Teaching budding conservationists the importance of preserving nature’s wonders, Being Green is part of Sesame Workshop’s green-friendly initiatives. In an effort to teach children to love and respect the Earth and its inhabitants, Sesame Street is increasing its environmental messages and materials for kids. In addition, Being Green is printed on 100% post-consumer recycled paper or cardstock and is printed with soy-based ink. It also uses an Earth friendlier reduced-plastic compared to other DVD cases and even features a cool die-cut recycling logo inside! And did I mention how cute Paul Rudd is, even when wearing a gigantic globe? Yes, indeed. Mommy likes a guy who's not afraid to dork out with a bunch of Muppets…



To enter and win both new DVDs–Elmo and Friends: Tales of Adventure AND Being Green, please comment on this post with your favorite Sesame Street memories. Three winners will be selected from the comments posted here and two more will be chosen from comments over at Mum's The Wurd, so go enter there to double your chances!



Entries will be accepted through April 8th and I'll pick the winner using Random.org. US readers are eligible. Only one entry/comment per person, please.


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213 comments:

  1. I watched Sesame Street every day when I was a kid. I remember when i was about 5 I was playing in the back yard by myself (I spent most of my time outside, unlike kids these days!) and my mom came out and said, "Sesame street is on!" and I said something like I was going to keep playing and she was so shocked. She said, "You DON"T want to watch SESAME STREET??!!" and that made me feel kind of guilty so I asked her to tape it. But she didn't. I think only my dad knew how to work the VCR.

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  2. I loved Sesame Street as a kid, especially the films/video of kids in NYC. That really made me want to live in a city, especially if you got to have a pet llama. Remember the one where the kid took his llama to the dentist? I thought that was totally normal for kids in NYC. I still remember the song, "Me and my Llama".

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  3. I had to post the You Tube link for that
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    And I have your button, so I'm not wasting the comment!

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  4. My favorite is related to a Sesame St. book - Ernie's Big Mess. My brother loved that book so much that he wore it out and we owned multiple copies. We also had an Ernie doll that he loved so much that my mom had to reverse engineer it and sew him a new one. He was also Ernie for Halloween one year.
    Now my son is 2, and I'm pleased to report that his favorite character is Ernie! We even found a used copy of Ernie's Big Mess. I love it.

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  5. I remember that I would dress in the color of the character I wanted to be that day. Funny thing - I think I was always trying to pretend to be Cookie Monster so my mom would give me a cookie. :)

    addeviant006 at gmail dot com

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  6. i realy love them all i think there grate and well when i was younger i do recall oscer the one who loves trash lol he use to be orange be for thay made him green and well to this day hes one of my faves any how add me on in for this thanks

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  7. ive always loved bert and ernie skits there still funny to me as an adult. now my grandson is a big elmo fan mverno@roadrunner.com

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  8. I ALWAYS remember watching every day as a kid. my favorite was by far oscar the grouch. i always held my breath to see what rude antics he would come out with each day... THANKS for the contest!!!

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  9. I watched it growing up- with mr hooper and oscar... and loved the show- I loved when oscar would talk about his trash- sorta makes me think he was ahead of his time when he sang he loved trash- maybe he recylced long ago and repurposed

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  10. Great giveaway! I used to have a Sesame Street Live record (yes, record - I'm, like, ancient). And that record got played over and over and over... my husband is astounded at my ability to sing the entirety of Rubber Ducky, complete with Ernie impersonation. That was my favorite! I have such fond memories of singing to that record with my puppets (Sesame Street characters, of course!) We didn't have Elmo waaaaay back then, but my 3-year-old thinks he's the bomb. I'd love to win it for him!

    themommyspot at gmail dot com

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  11. I loved cookie monster - I used to get sooo excited and yell to my mom everytime he came on!

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  12. Actually I was at my sister's house yesterday and there on one of my nephew's beds was the Ernie puppet that my brothers and sisters and I used to play with.
    I also remember going to see the whole gang of characters at a show when I was younger.

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  13. I remember running home from school each day and knew I was happy to be home when I would hear the music SUNNY DAYS. Awww my mom would make me a grill cheese sandwich and I would watch my favorite show. I to this day occasionally sing one of the songs. The other day I sang the 12345678910 11 tweeeelve. My husband started laughing - the kids didn't get it.

    ajcmeyer AT go DOT com

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  14. The first time that I ever heard my baby girl really crack up laughing was when she hear The Count counting. That's my favorite memory.

    kelli at pfrog dot net

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  15. i watched sesame street as a kid and remember oscar the grouch and slimy being my fav now my two is a elmo freak and will sit for hours watching it i love it

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  16. My kids used to love Sesame Street now my grandchildr.en watch it

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  17. my favorite memory is watching Sesame Stree with my daughter - she is all grown up now

    dctm at bellsouth dot net

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  18. My fave memory about SS is the stars they have on their show! It is always fun to see who the guests are going to be. I can even watch it now with my niece and nephew and be interested because they have current stars!! The music is so contagious as well!

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  19. I always loved Bert(and his pigeons) the best. I could never understand how he could put up with Ernie who was,in my opnion, really annoying. I also loved "Guy Smiley", and "The Count". I really loved it all. Oh, and the song "Alligator King" which was an animated short.
    Alicia Webster
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  20. Counting and doing the funny laugh with the count was my all time favorite thing. I still love to hear him count to this day.

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  21. Ernie's Rubber Ducky song STILL gets stuck in my head...rubber ducky you're the one...Loved Sesame Street as a kid, and now my daughter loves it, too!

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  22. Your button is on my sidebar, thanks!

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  23. You are faved on my technorati-I'm idahojill, thanks!

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  24. I am an yahoo reader subscriber at jillandmike 2 at yahoo, thanks!

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  25. My favorite memories of sesame street come from the sing along cassette tapes I had when I was little. I still remember most of the words lol! Now I am getting to make new favorite memories with my daughter...she ADORES sesame street!

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  26. I have your button up on my blog!

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  27. As a preschooler, I never missed Sesame Street. It used to come on late afternoons, which meant I ate my snack after naps while watching it. My favorite characters have always been Grover and Ernie & Bert. Today, my daughter adores SS as much as I did....although I do reminisce about the oldies but goodies!
    Megret
    musesofmegret (at) gmail (dot) com

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  28. I have such fond memories of watching Sesame Street as a child. (It was nearly the only show on!) But my favorite memories are the ones we make now watching the shows again with our children especially the episodes from the 70s!

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  29. I am subscribed to your blog!

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  30. A favorite memory of Sesame Street-I loved to watch Bert and Ernie. I thought they were cute.

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  31. The cookie monster and count will never be forgotten.. I think.

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  32. I loved back when Snuffie was Big Bird's imaginary friend. It made it ok for a kid to have an imaginary friend. I also think that how they dealt with the death of Mr. Hooper was one of the most touching and age-appropriate portrayals of how to deal with the topic of loss and children. I love that Big Bird still has a picture of Mr. Hooper in his nest!

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  33. I've always loved the friendship between Big Bird and Snuffie! I have also loved Bert and Ernie and remember singing the rubber duckie song over and over again! :-)

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  34. My brothers and I watched Sesame Street all the time as kids. My favorite was Count. And Oscar. In my mind I had this idea of what Oscars home looked like. LOL I still sing the songs to my kids like Ladybug Picnic.

    We also had The Monster at the End of the Book. It's about Grover...I have the copy we had when I was a kid...it's probably my favorite childhood item!

    seeryusfam@msn.com

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  35. I have your button!!

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  36. I subscribe via google reader!

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  37. You are marked as a favorite on Technorati. I'm SeeryusMama.

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  38. I always enjoyed the count countign his numbers, where would he stop?

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  39. I remember the baker with all the cakes that fell down the stairs!

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  40. Best memory is ernie singing "rubber ducky you're the one" in the bath tub. wonder if he stills sings that song.
    tvollowitz at aol dot com

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  41. My best Sesame Street memory is watching it with my roommates in College while eating lots and lots of milk and cereal!

    treflea4 at gmail dot com

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  42. I'm following!

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  43. My mom was fairly strict about what shows we could watch growing up, so I remember being pretty into Sesame Street. I can recall coming home from half-day of kindergarten and watching it with a bowl of cottage cheese and pineapple every day. Ahh, the big joys of life.

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  44. I remember watching Sesame street once a week growing up. It's a little different than most kid's shows now..

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  45. My mom is a huge James Taylor fan, and I remember he was on Sesame Street quite often when I was a kid. I'd always run to get her, and we'd watch it together.

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  46. I definitely remember watching Sesame Street, but the memory I'm going with is when my now 11 year old would yell to me, "Mommy! It's Elmo's World!" every time. So cute!

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  47. Listening to my grandson sing "Elmo's World"

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  48. I had a Sesame Street house that opened and was full of the characters. I played with that toy for hours on end sometimes, and I really loved it. I wish I could find one for my kids, but I haven't seen one for many, many years.
    msurosey@yahoo.com

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  49. I was a college student studying Early Childhood Ed. when Sesame Street first started. I remember thinking how happy I was that CTW was using the television medium in a positive educational way.

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  50. My favorite memory was watching my son dance with big bird an sing along with cookie monster,he is 34 now an still has his stuffed cookie monster stored away


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  51. I subscribed



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  52. My favorite character on Sesame Street was always Big Bird!

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  53. I remember singing "People in your neighborhood" with my cousin when we were kids. I've always loved SS -- even when I got older!
    tkrusi@bepc.com

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  54. C is for cookie. That's good enough for me ;-)

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  55. my favorite is cookie monster...I used to love him counting in his trash can...thanks for the great giveaway

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  56. my fav Sesame Street moment was before Snuffy was known by all... I used to love it when only Big Bird ever saw him and everyone else thought he was imaginary...

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  57. My favorite Sesame Street memories were just sitting in front of the TV when I was a kid and was fascinated by the characters of the show. My favorite back then was Snuffleupagus and now as a mother I am able to make more memories watching the show with my two daughters. Thanks so much for such a wonderful giveaway!

    Eloise
    furygirl3132[at]comcast[dot]net

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  58. I also added you as a favorite on Technorati (furygirl3132).

    Eloise
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  59. I am also an email subscriber.

    Eloise
    furygirl3132[at]comcast[dot]net

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  60. I loved Snuffalufagus (sp?!) and his sister - whose name is Alice just like me. Thats a great memory for me. Thanks for the chance! alicedemske at hotmail.com

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  61. Just became a follower - thanks! alicedemske at hotmail.com

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  62. I subscribed via reader - thanks! alicedemske at hotmail.com

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  63. I remember being younger and they were running a telethon for PBS and Sesame Street was the featured show during it. My parents donated money and I thought that meant I was going to be one of the kids than hung out on Sesame Street now. I was very disappointed to find out that's not how it worked.

    Tarah
    tarah716[at]ymail.com

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  64. I loved watching it as a kid and remember the feeling of excitement and happiness when the theme song would come on. (I still feel that way!) Now, I look forward to watching the same emotion in my daughter as she begins to discover the characters! m_huston(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  65. I loved to count with The Count and watch cookie monster eat his cookies - now I get to watch with my 3 kids
    Thank you!
    tatertot374@sbcglobal.net

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  66. I remember watching it with my mom when I was little and how she used to sing the songs!

    ksieker(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  67. jackie1501@frontiernet.netMarch 27, 2009 2:53 PM

    I love cookie monster, especially when he freaks out eating the cookies.

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  68. I used to love the honkers and I never really liked Bert. He was kinda odd collecting bottle caps with a pet pigeon

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  69. my favorite memory is the "1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12" song with the pinball spinning around everywhere. yyeres(at)gmail(dot)com

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  70. I would love to watch Sesame Street with my grandchildren

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  71. "It's not that easy being green...having to spend each day the color of the leaves..." Wonderful show-my favorite memories are of my kids who used to watch it faithfully every day, and knew all the words to all the songs by heart. Now their children love Sesame Street. Thank you!

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  72. My kids would sing the songs with the characters. The learned their letters and numbers by watching Sesame Street

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  73. My favorite memory was seeing Elmo for the first time and just loving that little guy. Then our local museum had a Sesame Street display with all the characters full sized under glass and I have a picture of Big Bird. Thank you for the great giveaway!

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  74. Soooo many wonderful memories of Sesame Street! I always loved it when they featured my age (they always feature a letter and number of the day) and I was always excited when it was my number and the first letter of my name they featured. I loved all the silly songs and games they would play. And I still remember that type writer guy cartoon, member him? LOL! Thanks for the great giveaway! I have alot of old sesame street shows and movies and would love to add these to my collection for my kids as well as me! :)
    Kim
    daxkimd@juno.com

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  75. My daughter STILL loves Sesame Street. Elmo is her favorite. Thanks for the chance.

    mogrill@comcast.net

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  76. Ladybug picnic and painter live action with Mr. Bentley.

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  77. I can remember grabbing my cereal and sitting cross-legged on the floor watching Sesame Street when I was younger. Now I get to watch it again as my little girl loves it. Thanks for the contest.

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  78. So funny because I was just telling my daughter before bedtime tonight, that when I was little the only thing on tv I use to watch was Sesame Street. I remember lying on the floor in front of the tv with my head resting in my hands watching it. Love cookie monster

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  81. I can remember sitting in front of the TV repeating letters & numbers after Big Bird, Cookie Monster, etc..
    What a great educational show for the small children!!

    sam94son05@sbcglobal.net

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  82. I'm following.

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  83. Posted your button on my blog.

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  84. One of my favorite Sesame Street shorts from my childhood is the Ladybug picnic. Also love Ernie and Berts boat "Here fishy fishy fishy" one! Thanks for the giveaway. Lots of memories watching the show.

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  85. I grew up on Sesame Street, and reading these posts brings back a lot of memories. I can still sing the whole song from Ladybug Picnic. Oscar the Grouch and Snufflupagus were favorite characters, but my all-time favorite character was The Count. Vun... vun vunderful give-away! Ah ha ha! Thank you for the chance to win.

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  86. My family would love to own this, please enter me and thanks for the great contest!

    clemensrhonda@hotmail.com

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  87. my fav memory of S.S is the song about having tea while the cat roams thru the dollhouse. i used to sing it all the time :)

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  88. My favorite memories were of the count

    jason@allworldautomotive.com

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  89. I was raised on Sesame Street and so were my kids - they both loved it.

    ktgonyea at gmail.com

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  90. I LOVED when they went to Hawaii. IIRC, Snuffaloug-- Snufful--- Snufalof-- oh, you know who I mean -- Snuffy -- was left behind and he was taken to Hawaii tied under a helicopter. I LOVED that week they were in Hawaii, and I'd LOVE to see it again. Even though I was "too old" by the time the movie came out 25 years ago (Follow that Bird) I still went to the theater to see it!

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  91. I grew up watching Sesame Street at the house. Funny thing now my song watches it too. Growing up I didn't know much English but I would repeat everything they would say on there. My mom said Thanks to Sesame Street I became a talker, and learned English. I subscribe, I follow your blog, I have your button. super_alba_star@yahoo.com

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  92. I remember my daughter "dancing" to the Sesame Street song back when she could barely walk!

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  93. Favorite in technorati (aitmama).

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  94. Got your button http://justanothernewblog.blogspot.com/

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  95. My little grandson loves Elmo. When he broke his leg, we had a choice of colors for the cast. One of the choices was red so that is the one he got. As he was wearing the cast until healing, he would refer to his leg with the cast as his "Elmo" leg. He handled it beautifully and we were so happy that he liked the Elmo character so well and Elmo could help him through this period of time. I think he would love Elmo going green..He is four years old now and could get so much from the DVD.

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  96. i would love when actors would guest host a show

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  97. As far back as I can remember, my dad was always asked to get things that were up high because he was very tall. Usually to my mum, he would always reply, "Im too tall to be short." Big Bird always said that. Weird this is, he said it in Kermit's voice...

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  98. My kids love Sesame Street. When we got a puppy, our 3yr old insisted on naming him Barkley even though it was a girl. You don't see Barkley anymore, but we have videos with him and Big Bird. Thanks for the chance to win!

    sueellison@hcecwildblue.com

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  99. My daughter grew up watching Sesame Street, now my grandson is watching Sesame Street and he is just starting to talk, when you ask him what his name is he replies Elmo!

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  100. I was always a huge Sesame Street fan as a kid and my childhood nickname was Oscar because I was always so grouchy. LOL. I remember feeling sad for Big Bird because no one could see Snuffie but him.

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  101. I remember watching with my boys when they were little!

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  102. My favorite Sesame Street memories are Super Grover and Conjunction Junction. Please accept my entry. Thank you.

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  103. My favorite is Rubber Duckie and I also have to admit liking the Count - I still do the voice now!!
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  104. Lots of great memories growing up w/ Sesame Street in the 80's. I loved learning numbers and letters and all the catchy songs. And all the celebrity guest stars. :)
    firstrosegrrl@yahoo.com

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  105. Sesame Street was my FAVORITE show! I remember that we used to call my aunt oscar the grouch and even went as far to get her bedrooms slippers with Oscar on them!

    Thanks so much for the chance to introduce these to my kids!

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  106. I added you to my technorati favs(Dee136)

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  107. I'm a NEW follower! Thanks again for the chance! :)

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  108. My favorite Sesame Street memory is just hearing the theme song and singing along with it and knowing every word! justicecw@hotmail.com

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  109. I am an email subscriber. justicecw@hotmail.com

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  110. I am a follower. justicecw@hotmail.com

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  111. My favorite memories are just watching all three of my boys enjoy it and see how much they loved it at such a young age. Elmo was the favorite of all three. My youngest is currently obessed with Elmo & Letters so this would be PERFECT for him!!

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  112. I remember coming home from school early one day because i was sick. Laying on my aunts bed and watching Sesame street most of the day!

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  113. joni514@roadrunner.com
    I always liked singing along to "Rubber Ducky"

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  114. My favorite Sesame Street memory is hearing my son singing Rubber Ducky in the bathtub.

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  115. My favorite memory is how excited my son used to get about Elmo when he was 2. We had an Elmo birthday party for him complete with Elmo cupcakes and pin the nose on Elmo game, it was so cute!

    andreaw@wideopenwest.com

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  116. When I was little, I had a stuffed big bird that I carried around in the crook of my elbow, until his neck went limp. He was my constant companion for several years. I loved sesame street.

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  117. My little boy would love it! Make me a winner!

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  118. i loved big bird and snuffalufagus(however you spell that!). not long ago i found a bunch of the sesame street from 1984 on youtube and it was so fun to watch it again like I did when i was 4 years old!
    sabeckstrom at yahoo dot com

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  119. From the time my oldest 3 children were toddlers, we watched Sesame Street every day. It was so much fun & they learned a lot too! wgbc1446[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  120. My memories are of my children loving Sesame Street when they were young.

    janetfaye (at) gmail (dot) com

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  121. always watched sesame street as a youngster - everyone did

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  122. I loved Sesame Street as a kid, snufflufagus (however you spell it) was my favorite. My kids do not regularly watch it but I would love have have my 1 year old watching.

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  123. I subscribe to your feed!
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  124. My daughter watched Sesame Street sitting on the floor with her cat sitting in her lap as a toddler. Of course the cat (a tom) grew faster than her. The day soon came the cat was to big for her lap. I don't know who was more disappointed her or the cat. I'd like to win this for her daughter.
    Theresa N
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  125. My favorite memories of Sesame Street are form when I was a kid. I loved the Ladybug Picnic song (and still do)! 1 2 3, 4 5 6...

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  126. My kids grew up on Sesame Street. Elmo wasn't even a major character back then like he is now. I think I can still sing every song they sang in the 70's.

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  127. I remember when I was a very young child that was basically the only show I would watch. I loved it and would be completely absorbed in it. My son went throught the Sesame Street phase and now my daughter loves it too!

    jenbutterfly12@yahoo.com

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  128. I subscribe to your feed.

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  129. I follow you (jenbutterfly12).

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  130. I always loved Grover and can remember reading "The Monster at the End of This Book" as a child, then reading it to my own children.

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  131. My best Sesame Street memory is actually attending "Sesame Street Live" at the Hartford Civic Center with our three children. We went two times and I have to say I enjoyed it as much as the kids did...well ALMOST as much! :)

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  132. My favorite Sesame Street memory was when I was 5 my sister and I went to the Sesame Street Live show. I remember it very vividly watching the colorful puppets. Big Bird my favorite at the time. It was a magical experience for me.

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  133. I follow your blog :)

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  134. I subscribe via email.
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  135. I have your button on my blog at MacMomof3.blogspot.com

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  136. When I was a kid, I loved the incompetent waiter scenes with Grover.

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  137. Sesame Street always brings back fond memories. I used to watch it every day when I was little. It helped me learn English!

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  138. My brother adopted Oscar ( and a green bedroom ) and I got Cookie Monster ( and a blue place to sleep )!

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  139. I can remember watching Sesame Street and Mr Rogers neighborhood as a child at mt grandmother's house

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  140. I remember watching Sesame Street when my children were small. My son loved the show and Cookie Monster was his favorite.

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  141. My absolute most memorable moment I had is watching watching Sesame Street with my 4 children. They all have their own distinct favorites and mine is of course the character "Natasha" because that's my name. There is just something about the way their eyes light up as they are mesmirized by the entire show. We've even gone through 8 "Dorothy's (Elmo's goldfish). (My children wanted feeder fish as pets because they figured that they (the fish) shouldn't have to live knowing the would be fed to other fish.) Anyway's my family has been profoundly touched by this show as I'm sure many others have. I just can't wait till I have grandchildren so I can share it with them also.

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  142. My favorite was always Monsterpiece Theater - Cookie rocks!

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  143. You're in my Technorati favs! (stormraven)

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  144. I think it's cool that they have the same cast from when I watched it 20+ years ago. Some of the skits are still the same!

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  145. Taking my littleone to see Sesame Street Live.

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  146. I remember loving snuffleupagus as a kid. I also felt so sorry for him and for Big Bird.

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  147. I've always loved bert and ernie skits.
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  148. My younger sister who is mentally handicapped would love this. She just loves Sesame Street.

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  149. I remember watching for their rendition of Material Girl named Cereal Girl for months. I never saw it again :(

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  150. I have your button on my blog: Here

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  151. As a kid I love the Rubber Ducky scene with Ernie...or was it Bert? Now my mom has my son hooked on Elmo. I would love to win these for him. I wouldn't mind seeing Paul Rudd as Earth either.

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  152. the first Christmas eve on sesame street, Mr hooper was alive, they sing this song keep Christmas with you that I love.

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  153. Sesame Street started when I was 5. I enjoyed it so much. I always watched it before school in the morning. I always liked the counting segments of the show.

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  154. I subscribe via Google reader.

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  155. My two kids always loves Sesame Street when they were little. We used to call my son 'Oscar the Grouch' in the morning because he would get up and be cranky, until after Sesame Street was over. Thanks for the memories & the contest! lrussel1@rochester.rr.com

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  156. I remember Sesame Street and watched it as a child. I even got some sort of Sesame Street magazine. Really odd memory... but I remember one day I went through my dozens of magazines and removed all the subscription cards and scattered them around my room. My mom was ticked!!

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  157. I rememeber watching it every morning as a child, it was my favorite show. Now my daughter watches it, and I watch it with her lol! Thanks for the chance! hawkgirl_16 {at} hotmail {dot} com

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  158. Gotcha faved on technorati, mom2anutball! hawkgirl_16 {at} hotmail {dot} com

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  159. I subscribe via reader! hawkgirl_16 {at} hotmail {dot} com

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  160. I remember the songs more than anything...there are 5 people in my family, one of these things is not like the other, etc.
    always loved oscar the grouch

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  161. My favorite memory is the 1-2-3-4-5-6-7-8-9-10-11-12 song

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  162. Okay! this will really show my age: I remember when Donny & Marie were on the show!
    My favorite was when Faith & Tim were on!
    They sang a song about sharing & taking turns!
    It's on Youtube so utterly cute!
    Faith Hill & Tim McGraw on Sesame Street
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEcPYidZlT8

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  163. I follow!
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  164. I subscribe!

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  165. I never watched Sesame Street. I grew up in Bosnia. I want to win it for my son.

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  166. I already doen my entries but I had to show you this too!

    Elmo and the Goo Goo Dolls (Sesame Street)

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SAR5Vw9Bvts&NR=1

    Elmo singing with the backstreet boys
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SNvGc7onL7Q&feature=related

    Martina McBride & Elmo
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWERs0NdOD8&feature=related

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  167. My favorite Sesame Street memory is my daughter learning her alphabet and numbers watching Sesame Street. garrettsambo@aol.com

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  168. Big Bird and Snuffie are the best!
    God bless.

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  169. i remember watching this every morning as a child :)

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  170. following your blog as klp1965 kathy pease

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  171. i remember watching seasame street when i was a kid loved slimy and oscar

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  172. I always loved when Oscar and his wormy pal would do a scene. I still like to watch Wormy! Thanks for the contest!
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  173. It was the best show on Saturdays and I watched every week! I remember asking my mom why Oscar was so grumpy, lol! I would love to win these for my daughter, we have not seen either one and they sound great!

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  174. I'm a subscriber!

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  175. I'm a follower!

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  176. I faved you on Technorati! (username:iloveyouhecried)

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  177. I love snuffalufugus! Or however you spell it.

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  178. I remember watching this show when I was very young.I also remember the Big Bird movie loved it!!

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  179. I always remember the episode fo Near and Far with Grover. I'm 29 and the other day i was joking at work doing the near and far thing, running down the aisle. It was funny how everyone know where it was from!

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